Visit the Town Beach of Choroní
Choroní is a charming colonial beach town located in the state of Aragua, 50 kilometres away from the city of Maracay. To get to Choroní, you have to take a narrow winding road over the cloud forest mountains of the Henri Pittier National Park before descending to the sea. Near Choroní, it’s Puerto Colombia, a small colonial-style fishing village that has a beautiful sand beach with many coconut trees. Here you can also go on a boat ride and visit other places located along the coastline; for example, the fishing village of Chuao that is accessible only by sea. In Chuao, you can visit the coffee plantations and enjoy tasting the hand-crafted chocolate produced here. Chuao’s cacao beans are world renowned for their high quality. The village of Cepe is another place of interest that we recommend visiting when coming to Choroní.
- -Choroní has one of the most beautiful beachsides in Venezuela.
-You can visit cacao, banana and coffee plantations, and swim in rivers that have beautiful cascades and waterfalls.
-You can go sightseeing in a beautiful small colonial-style village.
-Although the road is in good condition, it takes too long to get there if you drive from Caracas.
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-7D/6N. This package includes road transport and B&B. Cost: from 230 euros per person (This price has been calculated based on 4 people in two double bedrooms).
-7D/6N. This package includes road transport and a comfortable posada B&B. Cost: from 320 euros per person (This price has been calculated based on 4 people in two double bedrooms).
Your advisor will tell you about how to choose your beach destination:Venezuela has a large variety of beach destinations such as: Los Roques: an archipelago with coral reefs accessible only by airplane; Choroní: a small charming colonial village surrounded by sea, mountains, and plantations of cacao, banana, and coffee; Mochima: a marine park with dolphins, coral reefs, and water sports; Morrocoy: a marine park with small isles and cays; and Margarita: the largest Venezuelan island where you can find large malls, good discos, and tourist crowds. This place is recommended for kitesurfing.